[Jokes] countries as football teams
cmckenna at sucs.swan.ac.uk
Tue Nov 27 20:29:12 GMT 2001
>An explanation of the main players in the current world crisis in terms
>USA: Man Utd - Utterly Arrogant and motivated by greed. If they suffer
>slightest injustice the whole world hears about it. Leader sees himself
>bit of a visionary, most see him as bit of a Tyrant.
>Al Qaeda: Leeds - Thugs who like to take out opponents behind the play.
>Capable of upsetting just about anyone. Leader is a paranoid nutter.
>UK: Aston Villa - Trying to move forward having been stuck in the past
>decades. Have a leader who loves the sound of his own voice, full of
>rhetoric whilst ducking the important issues.
>France: Ars*nal - Perennial bridesmaids. Have a huge armoury but Heavily
>criticized in the past for misfiring. More likely to bore you to death
>to be a real threat to anyone. Leader has a habit of turning a blind eye.
>Pakistan: Chelsea - Trying hard to be one of the big boys, but has upset
>large percentage of it's supporter base through its over involvement with
>Could soon experience a revolt within its own ranks.
>The Taliban: Liverpool - Strict disciplinarians where members are
>as much by what they wear and do as who they are. Leadership suffered a
>a shock recently but clinging to life and always hard to beat at home.
>much a bloke's team.
>India: Sunderland - A sleeping giant, not a contender at the moment but
>a huge supporter base. Likes to think it's opinion is worth plenty, yet
>largely ignored by non fans. Local derbies can be a bit fiery.
>The Northern Alliance: West Ham - An undisciplined rabble in need of
>Israel: Tottenham - Rabid supporters tucked away everywhere and usually
>become vocal when they start winning. See themselves as the chosen but in
>reality suffer from an over inflated sense of self. Local transport can
>Palestine: Fulham - A team currently looking for a home, had been on the
>periphery for many years before the mid 90s. Not regarded as a big
>but has a strong youth policy. Funded by rich Arabs.
>Japan: Everton - No attack, last campaign of any note 1942. Big player
>financially in the 1980s, however struggling a bit these days.
>Iraq: Millwall - Serious hard arses who could be on the way back.
>prefer to see them out of the Premiership. Most of their neighbours hate
>them, they know it, and they don't care.
>Russia: - Newcastle - Once a great superpower, recently in decay. Have
>chosen some real muppets as leaders.
>Uzbekistan: Leicester - Stuck in the middle. Has a bit of an ars*hole but
>light on ammunition.
>Germany: Wolves - Tendency to self destruct. A strong history but off the
>scene of late. Unfortunate uniforms.
>Australia: Southampton - Completely harmless. Not a contender. Just in it
>make up the numbers. Supporters are loyal but regularly embarrassed.
>Egypt: Derby - Had a crack at world dominance and though the remnants are
>still there they hark back to the glory days. A bit over defensive and
>up the middle.
>Please note that no country can be associated with Middlesborough. The
>closest thing was Lebanon but apparently certain parts of war torn Beirut
>bordering on pleasant.
Chris 'Awkward' McKenna
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